Klima-Therm is sponsoring and attending CIBSE’s Technical Symposium (20th – 21st April), taking place at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow.

This year’s theme – delivering sustainable, safe and healthy buildings for a net zero future – fits well with Klima-Therm’s energy efficient HVAC solutions, including its latest range of air handling units (AHUs) that boast zero defrost operation.

Attendees to the 2023 Technical Symposium, supported by ASHRAE, will have access to peer-reviewed papers and presentations, focusing on the latest developments in practice, technology and policy, relating to sustainability, safety and occupant health and comfort.

Visitors will come away with information about the latest developments in building services designed to support the UK’s zero carbon ambitions, plus building safety related reforms.

A particular focus of the symposium is meeting the challenge of retrofitting the existing building stock in a cost-effective way; at scale, quality and pace. Topics covered during the event include:

  • Low carbon transformation of existing buildings
  • Increasing use of digital technologies
  • Modern methods of construction designed to enable net zero.

Members of the Klima-Therm team will be on-hand to discuss the HVAC and DHW products it supplies and their contribution to sustainability, including:

  • Advice on the best solutions to decarbonise buildings, including heat pumps that utilise F-Gas free propane and CO2 (for commercial and domestic applications.)
  • Information about the latest all-electric heating and cooling technologies, such as high efficiency cascade systems/high temperature heat pumps.
  • Klima-Therm’s newest AHU, 3DxHP – a fully-packaged fresh air AHU with built-in refrigeration system and zero defrost operation. 3DxHP is ideal for displacement ventilation, tempering fresh air and comes complete with BMS connection controls.

Free to attend for CIBSE members, the Technical Symposium will provide a wealth of useful information to inspire and help put into the practice, the innovative solutions that are ensuring the building services engineering sector makes a positive contribution to the UK’s carbon reduction targets.

For more information, visit: CIBSE Technical Symposium